Tuesday’s best deals include the Pixel 2/3/XL from $125, plus markdowns on the JBL Link View and Amazon’s Fire tablet lineup. You’ll find all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Pixel 2/3/XL from $125

Today only, Woot offers the Google Pixel 3/XL in unlocked refurbished condition from $250. For comparison, Pixel 3 originally sold for $799 in new condition while Pixel 3 XL went for $899. Today’s deal is $25 less than our previous mention.

Pixel 3 sports Android 9.0 Pie, offers an OLED display with HDR, 12MP camera and more. In our hands-on review, we called it the best Android device on the market and better than some of the latest generation iPhones. 90-day warranty included with purchase. Check out the rest of today’s deals here.

JBL Link View is $95, today only

Best Buy’s official eBay storefront offers the JBL Link View Assistant Smart Display for $95. Having originally retailed for $300, it’s more recently been fetching around $200. Today’s offer saves you 52% and matches our previous mention for the all-time low. Centered around Google Assistant, this 8-inch smart display can be leveraged for controlling your smart home, getting answers from the virtual helper, and more. An IPX4 water-resistant design means that it’s even well-suited for dishing out recipes on your kitchen countertop.

Amazon returns Fire tablet lineup to Black Friday prices

Amazon has kicked off a sale on its entire lineup of Fire tablets, returning just about all of its offerings to Black Friday prices. One standout is on the All-New Fire HD 10 for $100. Normally selling for $150, today’s offer is good for a 33% discount and matches the all-time low set once before.

With a 10.1-inch 1080p display, this tablet features 32GB of built-in storage and support for up to 512GB more thanks to a microSD card slot. Hands-free Alexa support allows you to summon Amazon’s assistant when needed and up to 12-hours of battery life keeps you going all day long. Plus, there’s a USB-C port for refueling. See the entire sale here.

Take Anker Nebula Capsule projector anywhere

Anker Direct via Amazon offers its Nebula Capsule Portable Projector for $266. That’s down from the usual $320 price tag and within $6 of our previous mention. Take Anker’s Capsule projector anywhere and enjoy content on-the-go. Built-in streaming services delivers Netflix, YouTube and more with the push on a button. Includes one HDMI input. I’ve been using Anker’s Nebula projectors for about a year now, and I’m a big fan of its portable design, which makes it perfect for watching movies outdoors or wherever you have a big wall available, with its 100-inch screen capabilities.

Save 20% on Marshall’s Retro Chromecast Speaker

Amazon is currently offering the Marshall Woburn Multi-Room Wi-Fi Speaker for $344. Having dropped from $430, today’s offer is good for a 20% discount, comes within $4 of the all-time low, and matches the second-best price to date otherwise. Whether you’re just a fan of old school rock or want to enjoy newer amenities in the speaker world like whole-home audio, Marshall’s Woburn should catch your eye. Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi, you’ll be able to leverage AirPlay and Chromecast capabilities for integrating with your preferred audio ecosystem. Dual 15W tweeters are paired with two 40W woofers for “room-filling” playback. 

Best trade-in deals

9to5Google also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, iPhone, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Google along the way!

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